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    Johnson a President’s Prize winner in 2024
    Johnson a President’s Prize winner in 2024

    Lindy Johnson, a leader in the advancement of the architecture profession, has been rewarded for her extensive efforts by the Australian Institute of Architects’ Queensland Chapter, awarded the 2024 President's Prize.


    Brad Wood to help lead 2032 Olympic Games taskforce
    Brad Wood to help lead 2032 Olympic Games taskforce

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    Architectural studio TURNER collaborating with emerging Kungarakan artist and designer Toby Bishop
    Architectural studio TURNER collaborating with emerging Kungarakan artist and designer Toby Bishop

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    AIA unveils new QLD Chapter President
    AIA unveils new QLD Chapter President

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    FK’s Sydney studio leader to lend expertise to UDIA

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    Introducing the 2024 Dulux Study Tour winners

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    Arcadia opens Geelong studio, unveils new Principal

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    Brdar brings exhibition home to Melbourne

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    Williamson to lead the west as Government Architect
    Williamson to lead the west as Government Architect

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    Ritter to lead Grimshaw’s sustainable enterprise
    Ritter to lead Grimshaw’s sustainable enterprise

    Grimshaw’s new Sustainability Lead David Ritter will oversee the practice’s net zero carbon and regenerative design commitments across Australia and New Zealand, with the aim of evolving and growing its sustainable expertise.


    Introducing the NATSPEC 2023 Student Prize winner
    Introducing the NATSPEC 2023 Student Prize winner

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    Lochhead listed among Australia Day honours
    Lochhead listed among Australia Day honours

    Eminent architect and urbanist Helen Lochhead has been celebrated amongst the 2024 Australia Day Honours List, awarded an Officer of the Order of Australia (AO) in recognition of her exceptional contributions to architecture, urban design, education, and professional organisations.


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